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TOPIC: ESA 50 - Write in CAPITAL LETTERS

ESA 50 - Write in CAPITAL LETTERS 7 months 2 weeks ago #169849

I've just sent off my daughters completed re-assessment ESA 50 questionnaire but noticed too late that they asked for all the questions on the form to be completed in CAPITAL LETTERS which I didn't. I downloaded the form from the computer and typed the whole thing but not in capital letters. Will they dismiss her completed form and ask for an interview instead? Many thanks.

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ESA 50 - Write in CAPITAL LETTERS 7 months 2 weeks ago #169865

Headstogether wrote: I've just sent off my daughters completed re-assessment ESA 50 questionnaire but noticed too late that they asked for all the questions on the form to be completed in CAPITAL LETTERS which I didn't. I downloaded the form from the computer and typed the whole thing but not in capital letters. Will they dismiss her completed form and ask for an interview instead? Many thanks.


It won't be an issue if you have typed your response, it's only a potential issue if the claimant has hand written their responses.

Gordon
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